With funding from the Institute of Education Sciences, the Center for Research Use in Education (CRUE) seeks to expand the understanding of how to improve the relationship between research and practice in the K-12 educational space. In addition, the center aims to describe and disseminate information on practices that can improve knowledge mobilization; from the production of research to the uptake and application of strategies derived from research. The center has conducted a national field trial of the Survey of Evidence in Education for Schools (SEE-S) with more than 4,000 educators in over 150 schools across the country and a national field trial of the Survey of Evidence in Education for Researchers (SEE-R) with over 300 education researchers.
Read more here: Rethinking Connections Between Research and Practice in Education: A Conceptual Framework. Educational Researcher, 47(4): 235-245. ERIC ID: EJ1178818. IES funding acknowledged: R305C150017
Start Date: August 31, 2015
End Date: July 31, 2022
CRESP Lead Researcher: Dr. Henry May and Dr. Elizabeth Farley-Ripple
Funder: Institute of Education Sciences